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Daily Sundial

The student media organization of California State University Northridge

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Editor’s Picks: “Sound of Music” sing-a-long, OC Pride, Dana Carvey stand-up special

“Saturday Night Live” alum, Dana Carvey portrays Enid Strict, an older religious woman in fan favorite sketch, “The Church Lady.”

Monday 6.20 -Comedy

The Sunset Boulevard branch of the Upright Citizens Brigade gets political with the upcoming show “Elecotral Dysfunction” on June 20th. Photo Credit: Michael Juliano/UCB Sunset

“Electoral Dysfunction” @ Upright Citizens Brigade Sunset

Blending together politics, stand-up and improv comedy, the New York-based show “Electoral Dysfunction” features political correspondents, writers and comedians who tackle current political events through humor. Talent includes Nathan Williams (“Boardwalk Empire,” “Younger”), Sean Conroy (“Shorties Watching Shorties,” “Crossballs”) and Julie Sharbutt (“The Good Wife”).


10:30 p.m.

5419 W. Sunset Blvd.

Los Angeles, CA 90027


Thursday 6.23- Campus Event

Summer Movie Fest- “The Wedding Singer” @ Oviatt Lawn

CSUN’s Summer Movie Fest travels back in time to the 1980s with Adam Sandler’s 1998 cult movie “The Wedding Singer” which revolves around a wedding singer down on his luck with love until he meets a waitress played by Drew Barrymore. The film includes a soundtrack of 80s tunes such as Culture Club’s “Do You Really Want To Hurt Me,” The Smiths’ “How Soon is Now?,” and Billy Idol’s “White Wedding Pt. I.”


7:30 p.m.

Oviatt Lawn


Friday 6.24- Film

The Hollywood Bowl will roar with the “Sound of Music” as the venue is holding a sing-a-long screening of the film on Friday, June 24, 2016. Photo Credit: Los Angeles Philharmonic Association


“Sound of Music” Sing-a-long @ Hollywood Bowl

The film adaptation of the classic musical “Sound of Music” returns to the big screen for a sing-a-long special at the Hollywood Bowl. Actress Melissa Peterman (“Reba”) will host a pre-show vocal warm up to kick the night off. Gift bags with an Edelweiss flower, which a song from the musical is named after, are included with ticket purchases.


Pre-show 6:30 p.m.; Film 8 p.m.


Saturday 6.25 -Festival

This year marks the 8th annual Orange County Pride Festival and the county’s very first Pride Parade on June 25th. Over 10,000 attendees are expected for this year’s festivities. Photo Credit: OC Pride


OC Pride Festival and Parade

The Pride Month celebration continues with Orange County’s own Pride Festival and its first Pride Parade. Musical guests include singer-songwriter Steve Grand, pop-punk duo WASI, and Slapback, a band with Black Eyed Peas and Rage Against the Machine influences. Performances will be held at Yost Theater while the parade route starts at the intersection of Washington and Main streets. Drink tickets and photos with the performers are included with festival ticket purchases of $25 or more.

Parade: Free; Festival: $10/$25/$50/$75

Parade: 11 a.m. Festival: 12 p.m. – 10 p.m.

Yost Theater

307 N Spurgeon St.

Santa Ana, CA 92701


Wednesday 6.29- Comedy

Dana Carvey @ The Ice House

Known for his character work as The Church Lady and Garth from “Wayne’s World,” “Saturday Night Live” alumnus Dana Carvey brings his stand-up game to Pasadena’s Ice House comedy club for a one night special.


8 p.m.

24 N. Mentor Ave.

Pasadena, CA 91106


Thursday 6.30- Campus Event

Summer Movie Fest-“Bring It On” @ Oviatt Lawn

High school cheerleading takes center stage in “Bring It On,” this month’s last on campus screening as part of the Summer Movie Fest. Revolving around a cheer squad’s realization their captain stole routines from another school, this sass-filled guilty pleasure depicts a slightly unrealistic-yet-enjoyable slice of high school life.


7:30 p.m.


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